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Auteur: Myers, Ben
Titel: American Heretics
Sub titel: Rebel Voices in Music

Edgy interviews with challenging musicians, including Marilyn Manson, Henry Rollins, Slipknot, Jello Biafra, Fat Mike of NOFX, Rage Against the Machine, Chuck D of Public Enemy, Ian MacKaye of Fugazi, and more. Attacked by Christian fundamentalists, middle America and the CIA, they tell it like it is about religion, racism, God, guns, government, drugs, literature, censorship and more! You can be drunken or high and get by singing for years, but you can't do that with rapping. But you can still have a good time without drinking or getting high. We'll go out and hang out or dance and be stupid.--Chuck D In Santa Barbara the Christian protestors were handing out pizza to the fans. I found it very odd that they were trying to spread the word of Christ through Domino's pizza! I thought that it was diabolical that they took communion with pepperoni and tomato sauce rather than wine and wafer.--Marilyn Manson I'm no fan of Osama Bin Laden- it's just one more example why religious fundamentalism should be eradicated. Bush says 'you're either with us or with the terrorists' but I say it's possible to be with neither.--Jello Biafra
2002, 226 pag., Euro 26,85
Codex, London, ISBN 1899598235


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